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... terrain. Bugata Camp (4,062m) - with its solid facilities including good toilets and flickering solar lights - is beautifully situated high above Bugata Lake, with views across Lake Kopello to Weismann's Peak.
Day 4 - Trek to Butawu Camp via Bamwanjara Pass (6.2 kilometres)
After breakfast, we climbed back into our muddy gear to climb a steep rocky gradient into an area with several long flat bogs of tussock grass, before climbing further ...
This hike started at the crack of dawn and went on and on for 8.5 hours. We started out with two local guides, one was from the National Park and brought his rifle in case of forest elephants. That is a recurring theme for all hikes in this area.
Explore Tours description from brochure:
"After an early breakfast head to Kazingo where you start the hike at 7:30am (Packed lunch). Climb Karangora Peak at 1500m, following the Mpanga ...
... with the support for his schooling.
Moses did finish high school and went on to take college courses in tourism and guiding.
He is now sponsoring a young person himself!
The other interesting thing about his life is when you want to marry, the man must pay a dowry to the woman's father. The currency is cows and the price is 5. Moses embarrassingly told us he has never been able to save that ...
... of Robert we had Harriet, but still we didn't see any lions but we did see rabbits. Yay. I could of seen rabbits in my back garden rather than travelling across the globe but oh well, we tried. We got home late from the game drive but we were far from tired, so we say on the chilling out area tree house and had some shandy. Mum and I secretly sabotaged Nicole and Mica cabin which is always a good laugh. It's was travelling home time already but we had an amazing time and some ...
... male. It takes about 20 times for a female to become pregnant so she has her work cut out for her and we were told a male can only copulate once a day. She will mate with as many males as possible which makes work for the researchers, once the baby is born, to figure out who the father is. They collect droppings and do DNA testing to figure this out.
We only saw a couple of babies up in the canopy with their mothers.
We had ...